Synonyms for mitsugu or Related words with mitsugu
Examples of "mitsugu"
Ōnishi (大西みつぐ, "Ōnishi
"; born 7 October 1952) is a Japanese photographer.
Yamamoto (Sanyo Wild Knights)
The non-stop mixing was done by
Matsumoto, a member of the DJ team MST.
It is later revealed that
is the brother of the winner from the first Battle Royale.
The non-stop mixing was done by two members of the DJ team MST; Kohtaroh Chuganji and
(written: 貢, 女貢 or みつぐ in hiragana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
KitamichiYusuke UedaTakuya HashimotoKen KumeTomohisa IwashitaYuichi TabataSho UenoKeiji IkebeKenichi YokoyamaHidenori WatanabeYusuke IshidaTakashi FujitaHirofumi YamanakaKoichi KotakaKota SudaDaiki EnokidaManabu MimaAtsushi KobayashiYasuyuki SaigoRyo SaekiNariaki KawasakiToshiyuki HayashiHayata ItoTsugio Abe
For Ōkura Eiga (later OP Eiga), the new company of
Ōkura, the former president of Shintoho, Kobayashi filmed "The Mysterious Pearl of the Ama", a revival of the Michiko Maeda-era pearl-diver films.
Graduates include Tadasuke Akiyama, Takanobu Hayashi, Eiji Ina, Norio Kobayashi, Shisei Kuwabara, Seiichi Motohashi, Kishin Shinoyama, Shinzō Hanabusa, Bishin Jumonji, Osamu Kanemura, Satoshi Kuribayashi,
Ōnishi, Issei Suda, Akihide Tamura, Hiromi Tsuchida and Kanendo Watanabe.
Famous benshi active in the silent era include Musei Tokugawa (at the Aoikan and Musashinokan theaters), Saburō Somei (at the Denkikan), Rakuten Nishimura, Raiyū Ikoma (at the Teikokukan),
Ōkura, and Shirō Ōtsuji.
Nobuo Nakagawa asked Ichirō Miyagawa to write the script, which was originally supposed to be called "Heaven and Hell", under order of producer
Okura read the script and angrily said to Miyagawa that "Heaven is nowhere to be seen in this script!", to which Miyagawa jokingly replied that he would write about Heaven in the sequel. Actor Yoichi Numata played Tamura in the film, and expressed that he had tried to analyze the role, but couldn't find the best way to play it.
After Chiyonoyama died in 1977, Kitanofuji, who had already revived Izutsu stable, became the 11th Kokonoe-oyakata. He raised Chiyonofuji
, then a "makuuchi" wrestler, to the great "yokozuna" he became. Later he also saw Hokutoumi become a "yokozuna". Takanofuji and Fujinoshin also reached the top division.
Sawayashiki, at only 19 years old, turned pro in 2004 and started fighting for R.I.S.E. kickboxing promotion in Japan. He made his K-1 debut on December 2, 2006 at the K-1 WGP 2006 Final undercard, against
Noda, winning the fight by split decision.
Director Kan Mukai often capitalized on controversy to boost the publicity surrounding the release of his films. In the case of "Blue Film: Estimation", the advertising campaign emphasizing the appearance of mainstream actress
Fujii in this "pink film" created enough public notice to make the film a success. Fujii would again work with Mukai in his "Blue Film Woman" (1969).
, also styled as PERSONZ, is a Japanese pop and rock band formed in 1983 with the lead vocalist Jill, Tsukasa Tanaka,
Watanabe, and Tsutomu Fujita. In 1992, the guitarist Tsukasa Tanaka left the band and was replaced by Takeshi Honda.
When given the chance to rebel against the government, Makoto declines causing Nomura to become aggravated calling her "Chicken Shit". However, when Boy #3
Kawasaki gets the same opportunity, he takes it but as he turns his gun to the soldier he becomes the first victim of the new program and has his collar detonated before all his classmates, killing him.
A month later, Toei Flyers pitchers Toshiaki Moriyasu and
Tanaka were revealed to be under suspicion of throwing baseball games. A subsequent report revealed that Kintetsu Buffaloes front-office official Akira Yano had been coerced into throwing games as a player during the 1967 season.
Squad released 11 August 2007 accessed from Japan Rugby Football Union.
Yamamoto replaced by Yusuke Aoki 21 August accessed from Planet-Rugby. Daisuke Ohata tore his left Achilles tendon in Japan's final warm-up against Portugal, and was replaced by Tomoki Kitagawa.
Kazama's photographs of the town of Yūbari and its abandoned mines and mining paraphernalia are in black and white, and employ a medium-format camera for detail and small aperture for great depth of field, often allied with a formal composition.
Ōnishi points out that the results "run counter to the ruins photography trend". From 1994 his photographs of Yūbari appeared in the magazines "Nippon Camera" and "Asahi Camera"; he also participated regularly in Higashikawa Photofesta.
In 1999, aided by amateur Japanese historians of World War II, he contacted the wife of the man who had shot him down. He had always wondered why the pilot had never taken the time to finish him off when he was parachuting to the ground. By then the man,
Hyakutomi of Yamaguchi, Japan, was suffering from Alzheimer's disease. His wife said that her husband had always said that he could never shoot down such defenseless parachuting fliers.
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